Police release sketches in Taylor Morrow-Flint homicide investigation

Ottawa police have released sketches of two men they say may have been involved in the February shooting death of 20-year-old Taylor Morrow-Flint.

Police still searching for 2 men seen on surveillance video

Nearly two months after Taylor Morrow-Flint was shot to death on Ritchie Street, Ottawa police released composite sketches of two persons of interest in the case. (Ottawa police handout)

Ottawa police have released sketches of two men they say may have been involved in the February shooting death of 20-year-old Taylor Morrow-Flint.

Morrow-Flint was killed at about 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 24 inside a home at 82 Ritchie St. in Ottawa's west end.

Ottawa police don't yet know if the two men in the sketches are the same two men captured on surveillance video near where Taylor Morrow-Flint was killed. (Ottawa Police Service)

Police released the sketches were released one week after they made public grainy surveillance video images of two men walking south on Ritchie Street after the fatal shooting. Police believe those men may have fled towards Carling Avenue, where they possibly had a getaway vehicle waiting.

Police don't yet know whether the two men in the sketches are the same two men caught on surveillance video.

No one has been arrested in Morrow-Flint's death, which was Ottawa's fourth homicide of 2016.

Anyone with information can call the police's major crime section at 613-236-1222 ext. 5493 or call anonymously via Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).